As America reels from the vulgar, misogynist, shocking words uttered by Donald Trump eleven years ago, and released to the public on tape just 30 days before the critical November 8, 2016 election, any attempt to indemnify Trump from his stupid past is, and should be, fruitless.
There is no way to justify such outrageous behavior, especially from one who regards himself as a sophisticated, savvy leader from the center of world culture and refinement, known arrogantly as New York City.
Trump’s filthy tirade sounds more like the sexual musings of an insecure, high school lad on a mission to prove that he has, at last, achieved manhood and is exclusively heterosexual in his orientation.
What better way to demonstrate than by denigrating women?
While Trump deserves to be horse whipped for being such an ass, it makes sense to at least put his lewd behavior in context. After all, despite his insensitive, stupid rant, it is also true that Trump:
Has never been accused of a sexual crime, like rape, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
Has never been impeached for perjury by the US House of Representatives, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
Has never been banned from appearing before the SCOTUS, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
Has never been disbarred by legal authorities of any US state, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
Has never been accused of being a sexual predator by multiple women, including some who were subordinates, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
Has never been forced to pay $800,000 to settle claims of sexual assault, unlike the spouse of Hillary Clinton.
While it is undeniable that the November election is NOT about William Jefferson Clinton, Hillary Clinton’s nemesis and decades-old albatross, it is also true that the election IS about judgment, veracity, morality, courage and values.
In each of these measures, Hillary Clinton, by her utter failure to pursue truth and justice, utterly fails the character test.
In denouncing Trump’s “deplorable” rant, Hillary said the following:
“This is horrific. We cannot allow this man to become president.”
The big question: Mrs. Clinton: Where was YOUR righteous indignation when William Jefferson Clinton was using the Oval Office as a privileged sexual predatory playground, right under your righteous nose?
And where was your righteous indignation when woman after woman, including Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick and others pleaded for help after being allegedly assaulted by your sexually perverted spouse, William Jefferson Clinton?
With respect to any woman who countenances such behavior and callously turns her back on abused women, the following must be stated: “This is horrific. We cannot allow this person to become president!”